The right-back position is a place where Spurs need to carefully pay attention to this summer. The first choice right-back, Serge Aurier, has two years remaining on his contract and the ex-Paris Saint-Germain defender hasn't quite fulfilled expectations.
Max Aarons has had a brilliant season in his debut Premier League campaign, despite being relegated with Norwich City. Aarons this season has shown that he does have the potential to succeed and so a move to a club like Spurs, away from Championship football would be a productive move for him and one that makes sense for Tottenham Hotspur.
Furthermore, with the sale of Kyle Walker-Peters to Southampton, the club have now lost both Kieran Trippier and their backup right-back in the last two years. Now that Aarons has had some Premier League experience under his belt, the Englishman will look to press on with his career and a move to Spurs makes complete sense for both parties.
Questions remain over Aurier at the club, but with Aarons still just 20 and down in the Championship, this is a deal that looks likely and financially viable.
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